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TEMPLATE for Annotated Bibliography

TEMPLATE for Annotated Bibliography

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Annotated Bibliography

Place Inquiry Question Here OR Short Descriptive Title about Issue (For example: Should First Person Shooter Games Cut Back on Graphic Injury Images?)

Your Name Professor Malcolm Campbell English 1103 DATE

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Annotated Bibliography Campbell, Malcolm. “Title of this here as a sample format for a citation for an online magazine article.” FunkyMonkey CampbellNews.com. 25 Sept. 2011. Web. 18 Oct. 2011. Drop a line to begin your summary, evaluation and assessment of the source’s value to you here. It is fine to put your information into more than one paragraph. Several students have asked how long the annotations should be and my answer is “long enough to adequately cover the material you must cover for each of the three sections.” Usually, a short paragraph alone is missing something. Take a look at the student samples, and you’ll find some that are strong and some that are perhaps too short. I don’t remember. If you use more than one paragraph, you can pick it up here. In general remember to follow exact MLA rules for citing the specific type of source. Most of these rules are on OWL. Once you’ve completed your source citation – and remember source citations appear in alphabetical order – then do your annotation and once you’re done with that, then go ahead and begin typing on the next listing. Dampbell, Malcolm. “Title of this here as a sample format for a citation for a scholarly source that came from an online database.” International Journal of Monkey Business 50.1 (2010): 173-96. Academic Search Premier. Web. 21 Feb. 2012. Drop a line to begin your summary, evaluation and assessment of the source’s value to you here. It is fine to put your information into more than one paragraph. Several students have asked how long the annotations should be and my answer is “long enough to adequately cover the material you must cover for each of the three sections.” Usually, a short paragraph alone is missing something. Take a look at the student samples, and you’ll find some that are strong and some that are perhaps too short. I don’t remember.

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If you use more than one paragraph, you can pick it up here. In general remember to follow exact MLA rules for citing the specific type of source. Most of these rules are on OWL. Once you’ve completed your source citation – and remember source citations appear in alphabetical order – then do your annotation and once you’re done with that, then go ahead and begin typing on the next listing. Sampbell, Malcolm. “Title of this here as a sample format for a citation of a YouTube video.” YouTube, YouTube. 15 March 2010. Web. 21 Feb 2012. Drop a line to begin your summary, evaluation and assessment of the source’s value to you here. Note that with YouTube, it’s especially important to evaluate the reliability of the source. If you can’t find information about the person featured in the video or the poster, you might not have a reliable source. If it’s reliable, but you aren’t sure of the “author” of the video, just start with the Title and continue without an author listed.

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